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Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg

The permanent collection of the Hamburger Kunsthalle reflects 700 years of art and ranks among the most substantial public art collections in Germany. The Kunsthalle also belongs to the few museums to offer its audience a richly layered tour through European art history from the Middle Ages through to the present.

Source: hamburger-kunsthalle.de
Glockengießerwall 5
Exhibitions
Museum's collection
Edvard Munch. Reclining Nude
18
Edvard Munch
1912
Paul Klee. Revolution of the viaduct
4
Paul Klee
1937, 60×50 cm
Paul Klee. Goldfish
11
Paul Klee
1925, 49.6×69.2 cm
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Self-portrait with model
6
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
1926, 150.4×100 cm
Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Helen Of Troy
12
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
1863, 32.8×27.2 cm
Camille Pissarro. Vacation in the woods of PONTOISE
3
Camille Pissarro
1878
Emil Nolde. Death in the desert
3
Emil Nolde
1912, 86×100 cm
Claude Monet. Still life with pears and grapes
5
Claude Monet
1880, 65×81 cm
Albrecht Durer. Lion
5
Albrecht Durer
1494, 12.6×17.2 cm
Wassily Kandinsky. Arabs. Cemetery
7
Wassily Kandinsky
1909, 71.5×98 cm
Caspar David Friedrich. Graves of ancient heroes
2
Caspar David Friedrich
70×49 cm
Jean-Leon Jerome. Phryne before the Areopagus
4
Jean-Leon Jerome
1861, 128×80 cm
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. House on the island of Fehmarn
2
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
1913
Emil Nolde. Sailboat in the wind
3
Emil Nolde
1910, 73×88 cm
Caspar David Friedrich. Meadows near Greifswald
5
Caspar David Friedrich
1824, 48×35 cm
Philip Otto Runge. The parents of the artist
1
Philip Otto Runge
131×194 cm
Stanislas Victor Eduard Lepin. The canal Saint-Denis near Paris
2
Stanislas Victor Eduard Lepin
1870-th , 34×54 cm
Paul Gauguin. The Breton boys bathing
2
Paul Gauguin
1888, 92×73 cm
Edward Coley Burne-Jones. Hesperides Garden
4
Edward Coley Burne-Jones
1873, 119×98 cm
Philip Otto Runge. Children Of Huelsenbeck
1
Philip Otto Runge
141×131 cm
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